Skip to main content

About your Search

20100701
20100731
STATION
FOXNEWS 19
LANGUAGE
English 19
Search Results 0 to 18 of about 19
FOX News
Jul 27, 2010 4:00pm EDT
the government's attempt to block it. obama administration says the law is hurting u.s. relation with mexico. arizona says that's speculation. the next guest says the government doesn't have a case. jack harper, arizona state senator. maybe you can update may, why is the judge taking so long? the decision was thought to be immediate in coming and it's been days. what's going on? >> i don't know, maybe the judge is making travel plans. if i were throwing out the bill i wouldn't want to be in town. there will be a lot of angry people and if the judge bases a striking down 1070 on anything other than the constitution, there's going to be update arizonians. >> at the heart of the legal fight is whether arizona is going beyond its constitutional rights and extending it to what the federal government does, now the argument on the part of arizona has been we'd love to put our faith in the federal government but it dropped the ball here. how do you think that argument ultimately pans out? >> we have several state laws that mirror federal laws that we enforce because the federal government can't be e
FOX News
Jul 5, 2010 4:00pm EDT
you an example. a couple months ago american citizen who worked in the u.s. consulate office in juarez, across from el paso, was murdered by the drug cartel members. in response, the administration sent a team that canvassed the area, arrested the individual who committed the crime and rooted out the problems. that's the response we need to see from the administration in washington, d.c. first they must understand that their top priority has to be to secure the safety of all americans. >> but is there a number of troops that would solveful problem? it's a foreign country, if people are firing shots across our border, what options do we realistically have? >> there's several options. first of all, national guard troops is only one component of the equation. there must be a greater mom of -- number of border patrol agents and local officers and prosecutors. national guard troops went get it done alone. secondly, this is a number missing from the national debate. obama promised 1200 national guard troops for the entire southern border. that's less than one quarter of the number that presi
FOX News
Jul 8, 2010 4:00pm EDT
and this is "your world." if the u.s. is serious about cutting, the new reported to suggests we better start hiking taxes. it's coming from the imf putting the middle class front and center. the suggestion of a national sales tax, a higher tax on energy and a slice and dice job on popular tax deductions for mortgages. all ideas the president's bipartisan deficit commission has mentioned before. as he talks about the hole we're in, are hikes the way to get it out? tom delay has absolutely not. thank you for joining us. do you believe that within a year, this country will have a national -- federal sales tax? >> no, i don't think so, brian. we need to take a step back and look at this report by the imf. first of all they're like the united nations, useless and effectless and for it to talk about the united states should be raising taxes at the worst time in our economy and in our history, it shows how effectless they are. this is not the time to raise taxes and the politics is that there's going to be a lot of democrats lose their seats in the house and senate and i don't think obama will be able to
FOX News
Jul 7, 2010 4:00pm EDT
profoiling and interviews with the rights of u.s. and arizona citizens such as the 25% that were here illegally when you conducted those raids. >> why are you concerned? i've been the poster boy for three years enforcing other state illegal immigration laws. the u.s. justice department, 60 days in the obama administration, have come after me for alleged racial profiling and have come up with nothing. we're doing the job and i expect law enforcement will enforce the new law. >> we're opposing this for the same reason other sheriff's in arizona oppose this. that chiefs of police in arizona oppose this. that it would be an unfair burden on local law enforcement. >> no, no, you're only picking four -- no. you're picking four chefs of police that are bureaucrats that do with the mayor and other politicians want them to do. so don't lump in all the police chiefs. it's four or five. >> i didn't lump in all of the police chiefs. you would disparage a fellow police officer or officer of the law? i'm shocked you would do that. >> no, i'm not. they took an oath of office. >> you're disparaging -
FOX News
Jul 22, 2010 4:00pm EDT
and then create uncertainty in the national markets about the solvency of the u.s. economy, you're going to create the worst conditions for economic growth. i think we have to be smart about this and the reality is i think extending bush tax cuts for those making less than $200,000, smart about tax increases is the way to go there. thank you, chris. >>> meanwhile the president putting dead people on notice, the check is not in the mail. the president is signing something called improper payment elimination act aimed as cracking down on government checks going to dead people and prisoners. all that other kind of government waste. $110 billion of your tax dollars was wasted last year on schemes. so another $60 billion. >> improper payments by $50 billion between now and 2012. >> neil: i jumped the gun. 60 billion bucks in the near term. steve moore on what he makes of this. it's interesting to zero in on the waste and address this on the day democrats are antscy about ending tax cuts. >> great to be with you. i listened to your previous conversation and i have to say for the last two years, the demo
FOX News
Jul 26, 2010 4:00pm EDT
a decision that it could have taken the u.s. from a recession into a depression so they did what they thought was right at the time. we supported that and i'm -- >> neil: there was a school of hard knocks on that. you didn't have to do that. >> i'm confident they want to get out of that business as quickly as possible. they did what they thought they needed to do at the time. in hindsight we agreed and testified on their behalf. i'm glad we had a plan and we're here for the customers with the best product line. >> neil: in truth, you're getting a lot of kudos from the financial types and car types so hats off on that. but there's a feeling among some of them your c.e.o. brethren we're heading into for something bad, either a double dip or a pronounced slowdown again and it's going to get bad. that's why they're piling up cash, $2 trillion worth. >> well, it's a very important concern because this clearly is the slowest recovery we've ever had following a recession. now, in the industry case, we're i think probably equal to everybody else, expanse of gdp, 3, 3 1/2%. >> neil: you're not in the
FOX News
Jul 28, 2010 4:00pm EDT
. effectively quashing arizona's crackdown on illegal immigration. mexican government says the u.s. judge's decision to block parts of the law is and i quote, a step in the right direction. john mccain here earlier saying that it is just the opposite. it is compounding a bad situation and making things worse with the mexican government happy with this, the president would probably be happy to hear the next can't government is delighted. president obama is back in new jersey today, trying to wow small business owners. jay wow, the situation, snooki and the rest of the jersey shore all back on the air. here is the situation. the big guy visiting a sandwich joint to talk up his plan to help the little guy. the same guys facing big tax hikes, not to mention snooki will get snookered into paying more if the bush tax cuts expire that is why, says this whole self-chop thing is full of baloney. any way, he is of johnny sack fame from the late great sopranos this is pretty weird. >> it is like watching national geographic. really is the gazelle, zebra the whole bit. talking about obama, small busi
FOX News
Jul 29, 2010 4:00pm EDT
're racing taxes and regulations and we have a bunch too, but if we can come in just under the u.s., we're going to attract that capital. >> i disagree. you can't push on a string. they've reached their limit in terms of how much government is involved. >> neil: don't you think they're saying so are we? >> to a certain extent. what makes the fact that u.s. had lower unemployment than italy and greece and other european countries is the free market is allowed within -- at least traditionally allowed to work. the problem is we are now moving into the position of where italy is trying to get out of. i think that's a scary predick enter. particularly with debt. here's the interesting thing. i don't know if bo bo barack obama is a socialist. the tea partiers or people that are write right wing. among moderate businessmen, its being spoken about. former supporters on wall street -- >> neil: they've been saying they're concerned. the direction -- >> they believe he has sensibilities that are so far left of center and they are talking -- if you remember, james toronto to from the wall street ma
FOX News
Jul 16, 2010 4:00pm EDT
governors in the u.s. joining us, governor wants wants and richard -- schwarzenegger and richardson sided with the mexican governors and rescheduled the meeting. they're breaking up a good coalition we formed and they're playing into the politics of the border. >> neil: maybe those governors, not this governor, rick perry of texas. >> if it's not in arizona, it's not happening? >> that's my call on it. >> neil: when governor richardson and governor schwarzenegger say we're game, you're saying not you? >> i won't be there. >> neil: you know, governor perry staked his ground. he has a lot of disagreements with you on other issues. how do you think he performed on this issue? i asked about your law. he said he would put far more emphasis on cracking down on the border and committed more state officials and all that down to the border but not do what you're doing. what do you make of that? >> well, governor perry's a standup guy. this isn't about sb1070. this is about six mexican governors attempting to politically high jack a conference for pr reasons. it's about two u.s. governors, richards
FOX News
Jul 19, 2010 4:00pm EDT
from the u.s. to mexico. that's not the role the american people want to see our guard troops in. we're dealing with serious incidents. over the weekend there was a hezbollah type car bombing in juarez, the violence is stepping up. we have mexican military corruption and ine incursions on american soil that happen all the time. 300 plus since 1996. last time our troops were there we had a tennessee national guard group that got acommendation for running away from mexican troops on our soil. we cannot have that. i'm not very confident that the troops this time around are going to make a difference. >> neil: thank you. good seeing you again. >> you're welcome. >> when we come whack back, >> when we come whack back, british petroleum or break up. petroleum. hey ! chocolate, vanilla, or strawberry ? chocolate ! chocolate it is ! yeah but i'm new too. umm... he's new... er... than you. even kids know it's wrong to treat new friends better than old friends. at ally bank we treat all our customers fairly. with no teaser rates... ... and no minimum deposits. it's just the right thing to do.
FOX News
Jul 23, 2010 4:00pm EDT
the rock jetties, they paid for the rocks and it was the federal government and u.s. army core of engineers who denied our permihl they have not come forth with an alternative plan. bp and the federal government bot failed on the oil disaster. >> neil: hang in there john, good having you. jo. j young. >> thank you, neil. >> neil: don't let the big house or helicopter or security guards fool you, the most powerful man in the planet feels your pain. larry saab toe ain't feeling anything tiney up his leg. can't run from higher taxes? trying sailing from thee dr jo. j kerry is. it >> n5 l: do as i say, not as i sail. john kerry in a boatload of pr ther,ouhat?e over a $ng omillio. its his yacht but not in his backyard because the senator from massachusetts has it moored off rhode island to avoid paying more taxes, about a half million more in losy state taxes, art laffer is not surprised. >> it's exactly what i did when i moved from califorfolka to tennessee. although when you are mayor, when you're senator from a state, you wouru think that they would not put their property in another state to
FOX News
Jul 15, 2010 4:00pm EDT
in. our good buddy charlie gasparino at "fox business" saying goldman sachs will settle with the u.s. government, securities and exchange commission, expected to announce this hour it has entered into an agreement to settle differences with goldman sachs. no indication on how much money the company has to put forward, whose job might be sacrificed as well as what's happening on the tax front. senator, i don't mean to hit you broadside with this latest news but reports and -- that goldman sachs is settling with the government, do you know anything about it and what we might be seeing? >> neil, i don't know anything about it. but i would assume that goldman, from a business standpoint, concluded it was important to get behind them and we'll have to see what the terms are to know what the government insists upon. >> neil: what do you think of goldman and whether they should settle with anyone now or before? >> well, i think that's up to them. i can't offer an opinion about that until i know what the terms of the settlement were. >> neil: i'm looking at the context of a lot of the big ba
FOX News
Jul 1, 2010 4:00pm EDT
illegal population, we have to ask, is that population impacting rates for everybody here as a u.s. citizen. >> stuart: automaker running for re-- you're running to election, do you think it's popular to turn off the lights for illegals? >> i've been traveling around campaigning and the common theme is how to keep the rates as low as possible. minimize the rate increases. so yes, is there a correlation between the illegal population that impacts the rates and the -- the constitution of arizona states the commission has rate-making authority setting prices. there's a correlation. >> stuart: i see the point, mr. wong. you're taking this seriously. i find it hard to take seriously the idea you would actually cut off the power to a home if you found that an illegal was living in it. i find that hard to believe and i can't quite believe that in america, we would allow that to happen. >> power companies today cut off people's powers for nonpayment. it's an economic issue. >> stuart: that's different. nonpayment is different from our immigration status. >> we're not targeting somebody bec
FOX News
Jul 2, 2010 4:00pm EDT
immigration reform. rosemary jenks is with the numbers u.s.a. occasion. welcome to the program. >> thank you very much. >> you say it's a slap in the face for the president to propose documenting the illegals who are already here. make your case. >> absolutely. we've lost our economy has lost almost 3.1 million net jobs since the obama administration took office. we have 25 million americans who can't find a full-time job. and yet the president is proposing not only that we give work permits and amnesty to the estimated 7 million illegal aliens in nonagricultural s jobs and ban them from unemployed americans but also we increase the number of legal immigrants we're bringing in to give work permits to when that number is already 75,000 every single month. >> stuart: hold on. >> at the same time we lose jobs, we're bringing in others to take them. >> the president said he wants us to focus on employer who hire knowingly illegals, hold them accountable, go after them. are you happy with that? >> it would be great if he meant it. unfortunately his administration has also virtually stopped crimin
FOX News
Jul 6, 2010 4:00pm EDT
th circuit ruled. so the justice department is making that assertion but the cases of the u.s. courts don't agree. >> you helped draft the law so i imagine you anticipated there might be federal challenge. does it go to the issue of enforcement? the federal government gives border agents the rights to enforce and arizona is saying we're not overturn signal law but giving that power to our police officers as well. will it be more constitutional through the tenth amendment? >> no, the first. it will be primary that look, we're simply assisting the federal government in enforcing the law. an important point is to note that the law enforcement officers of arizona have been doing this. the federal government created a system for officers all over the country to help, the law enforcement support center, to receive phone calls from state and local police. arizona standardizes the practice saying all officers shall utilize this system. for the federal government to say we don't want the help is two faced. the statutes of the federal government contemplate this help. one other thing, remember
FOX News
Jul 14, 2010 4:00pm EDT
, mark, if a toyota were to say, as it did, we kind find this problem versus the u.s. transportation department saying, well, it's still a problem but not entirely toyota induced. >> see what happens is, i know you know this, when it comes down to buying, you're buying a car -- >> neil: gut comfort. >> you have a six other options to go to. why go there when there's a question mark. >> neil: people are -- >> people have and it hasn't been -- it's because they did have a strong brand. the question you asked, is this a brand image that has to come back. yes. the thing they have to do is put somebody with a very good brand in front of theirs for a while. like something like colin powell. unassailable reputation. put that person in front of the brand saying he's doing an independent analysis and he'll tell the truth. >> neil: commercials for them? >> not as a pitchman. >> neil: i know what you're saying. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> neil: neighborhoods, but hardly neighborly. the dustup over the white house across the street from the white house. which side do you think our next
FOX News
Jul 20, 2010 4:00pm EDT
year, the u.s. alone used over 39 billion plastic bottles of water. ♪ that's enough to stretch around the earth over 190 times. ♪ each brita filter can take up to 300 of those bottles out of the equation. it's a small step that can make a big difference. visit filterforgood.com for a $5 off coupon. the world's first 100% custom, invisible, digital, and fully programmable hearing aid, loaded with today's most advanced hearing technologies, including our new sophisticated noise reduction system. this amazing new invisible hearing aid custom made, allows you to talk comfortably on the phone, sounds natural. - the quality of sound is excellent, and yet they're, you know, the size of a thumbtack. announcer: to learn more, call: today. >> neil: all right. 3.27 million i-pads, 9 million ipods. 8 million iphones. apple finished a record quarter making more money than anyone thought. nor sales than anyone thought. apple taking over the world! meanwhile perhaps we should saul call is social insecurity. ion adults are not counting on social security checks. dave ramsey says at this rate they
FOX News
Jul 21, 2010 4:00pm EDT
of the u.s. courts don't support that argument. >> you express it eloquently. i think you should be the guy in the courtroom but that's just me. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> my pleasure. >> neil: the district attorney at l.a. county investigating exploding government salaries. the probe following hundreds of people storming a city council meeting, ticked off about reports the city of some 38,000 is paying its manager $800,000 a year. the police chief there is raking in nearly half a million bucks, more than the police chief in l.a. frank lung says this spending gets folks fuming but we see it again and again. >> we see it again and again because they don't vote big spenders out of office and distinguish between pork barreling and earmarks and don't hold them accountable. >> neil: a lot of them are appointed. who do they fire? the people who appoint them, right? >> you fire the people who are in charge by the voters. if you continue to vote in the current congress and current senate, the current local officials, don't be surprised if you get more of the same. it's the reason why,
FOX News
Jul 12, 2010 4:00pm EDT
being big employers. the mirage is very big, if not the biggest in your state. so u.s. senator, if elected, you wouldn't do that? you wouldn't do everything possible to keep that big employer employing people? >> well, certainly the job of government is to create a climate where every employer can create jobs. and there were no jobs created really. it was just a shifting of jobs from one business to another. he was willing to play favorites with another big business and that's no what we're about. we're supposed to be about giving that climate for businesses to provide full time permanent employment. >> neil: so you draw the line as to how much you would go to bat for a big employer regardless of how big they are in your state, right? >> truly there's no such thing as too big to fail. harry reid things he's too big to fail but he's failed already. stimulus, bailout, obama care, all have been failures and we can soo that on the precipice of what may be double dip recession. >> neil: he says there's a republican party problem going on. at the moment there's not a cohesive republi
Search Results 0 to 18 of about 19